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Explore the Wonders of Romance in San Diego

August 6, 2012 by  
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San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 05, 2012

A new date night site specializing in romantic San Diego getaways was released this month. MSSD explained the luxury website, created to help couples find romance during San Diego date nights, will help the massage industry as a result of long-married couples’ desire for adventurous one-on-one time. In addition to that perfect date night, MSSD suggests adding some healthy foods such as oysters, pomegranates, or raw chocolate to dinner as they may have aphrodisiac properties.

Date nights are a scheduled evening of romance for couples, intended to strengthen their bonds. Studies show couples who share new and interesting experiences together have the better, longer-lasting relationships than couples who do not put an active effort into falling in love all over again with one another. Date nights work best for couples that purposely inject novelty and new experiences into their lives. Such new experiences activate the brain’s reward system, flooding it with dopamine and norepinephrine. These are the same brain circuits that are ignited in early romantic love.

Massage is the manipulation of muscles and connective tissues using different methods to assist in healing, improve function, and increase relaxation and well-being. There more than eighty recognized massage modalities. Client demand for massage over the years has increased the number of massage therapy schools opening due to perceived clinical effectiveness by patients.

Raw organic chocolate may have potentially beneficial physiological effects on the human body, according to studies. Cocoa and dark chocolate in particular may support cardiovascular health, and preliminary research has shown such effects as reduced risks of cancer, coughing and heart disease. Additional research shows that methylxanthine, a substance found in chocolate, blocks receptors in the brain from adenosine, a neurotransmitter that may have an impact on suppressing arousal.

Romantic Date Experiences is the number one provider for luxury dates in California. Romantic Date Experiences puts together one-of-a kind experiences for couples at first class venues throughout California. By taking the stress out of designing and planning unique romantic encounters, Romantic Date Experiences assists couples ramping up the romance in their marriage. Romantic Date Experiences’ raison d’etre is that ‘you adore each other, but it doesn’t hurt to remember why.’

Following the announcement of a website devoted to bringing creativity back into San Diego couples’ date aights, MSSD affirmed their interest in expanding the options of couples seeking luxurious local ways to bring romance back into their lives.

A long-standing resource to the San Diego massage education community, MassageSchoolSanDiego.com provides guidance and assistance to incoming massage students, incoming attendees, and the massage schools of San Diego themselves.

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Ageless Romance: More Retirees are Finding or Keeping Love Alive

August 6, 2012 by  
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Thanks to longer life expectancy, and a wider social network, more senior citizens are finding love later in life. According to the AARP, more people in their 60′s, 70′s, and 80′s are getting re-married after death or divorce later in life. (July 29th: http://bit.ly/QiYLri) Sex and relationship therapist, Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil, has suggestions for couples wanting to keep romance alive later in life.

(PRWEB) August 04, 2012

As people live longer, divorce becomes more common, and social networks expand, more and more people are re-marrying later in life. A study from the University of Missouri shows about 500,000 Americans age 65 and older remarry each year (July 29th: http://bit.ly/QiYLri), and New York Magazine reports that sex and love is alive and well in retirement communities (http://bit.ly/QiYN2F). Relationship therapist Dr. Bonnie Eaker Weil says that there are specific tips retirees should follow to keep the romance alive in their relationship, as well as advice that is fitting for a healthy relationship no matter what age!

Whether on a first marriage, or a remarriage, Dr. Bonnie points out that “as people get older, and they often become more stubborn and have less patience, they are less apt to want to work on a relationship.” This can present challenges to marriages that occur later in life. To this end, Dr. Bonnie teaches Smart Heart Skills and Dialogue to help couples stay happy and healthy in their golden years. “These skills are good for any relationship, but especially important when a couple is perhaps a bit set in their ways!”

Dr. Bonnie’s Smart Heart Skills provide a place where each person can express any frustrations or concerns in a constructive manner. She suggests couples check in with each other on any issues they face once a week for ten minutes or so. “Share any needs about connection, disconnection, and feelings that arise around these needs,” instructs Dr. Bonnie.

And because couples who re-marry later in life are often comfortable being on their own and value their independence, Dr. Bonnie encourages couples to start out giving each other space even before the other person asks. “Women, encourage your husband to go on that hunting trip, to catch a ball game with the guys. And men, make sure your wives take a girls’ night on a regular basis, or have time to work on a hobby they enjoy.” These “mini brushes with death” are useful for both parties. They rejuvenate the person who’s taking the break, and they make the other partner appreciate them and look forward to the time when they’ll be together again instead of being frightened by the time apart.

Love at any age takes commitment and work; unique issues arise with remarriages later in life, but with the right skills and a little flexibility Dr. Bonnie says “ageless romances” can be quite successful!

Dr. Bonnie talks more about these skills in her book, Make Up Don’t Break Up, as well as in this video: http://youtu.be/a-hlUgnwLXc

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/8/prweb9764869.htm